Item description for Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom (Zero Debt) (Zero Debt) by Lynnette Khalfani...
Reissue: This is a reprint of the original edition of Zero Debt. I know what it s like to have excessive credit card debt. In fact, I know the stresses of having $100,000 in debt. That is the main reason I wrote Zero Debt -- to give people in debt a message of hope: You can conquer your debt And in many cases, you can do it much faster than you think. If you re drowning in debt, I urge you to pick up a copy of Zero Debt to learn how to quickly eliminate that debt and get on the road to financial freedom. Don't delay: start dumping your debt today Book Description: Would you like to be free from financial worries, rest at night knowing your bills are paid, and have peace of mind when it comes to money matters? Then you need Zero Debt. In Zero Debt, you'll discover: * How to get annoying creditors off your back * Insider secrets to reduce interest rates or eliminate credit card late fees * Your legal rights and what bill collectors can and can not do under the law * The best strategies to clean up your credit report or fix errors in your credit file * How to make lifestyle changes that will save you money for decades to come If you want to be debt-free and achieve financial freedom, you need an action plan to guide you. This book is your step-by-step plan. It's simple. It's easy to understand. And it works.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 9.14" Width: 6.06" Height: 0.45" Weight: 0.64 lbs.
Release Date Aug 1, 2004
Publisher Advantage World Press
ISBN 1932450750 ISBN13 9781932450750
Availability 0 units.
More About Lynnette Khalfani
Lynnette Khalfani, The Money Coach, is a personal finance expert and the author of "The Money Coach's Guide to Your First Million" and the "New York Times "bestseller "Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom".
Lynnette is a former "Wall Street Journal" reporter for CNBC, who has personally paid off more than $100,000 in credit card bills before becoming a self-made millionaire. Now she conducts workshops about credit, debt, and money management. She has been featured in "The New York Times", "USA Today", "Redbook", "Essence", and on" Oprah, Dr. Phil", " The Tyra Banks Show, The Rachael Ray Show, "and" Tavis Smiley"." "
To sign up for her free personal finance newsletter, please visit Lynnette's website at http: //www.TheMoneyCoach.net.
Lynnette Khalfani currently resides in West Orange, in the state of New Jersey.
Reviews - What do customers think about Zero Debt: The Ultimate Guide to Financial Freedom (Zero Debt) (Zero Debt)?
Good information for getting your finances on track Sep 3, 2008
Very good book. She has others - one geared toward college grads that I hear is good. Offers good practical advice, doesn't talk above you.
Best Book Ever Jul 1, 2008
I have never read a book that has been dead on with reality. If anyone and I mean anyone wants to get out of debt and become well off this book will guide you there. However you better be ready to put your part in it to. I have read this book a few times just so that I wont wonder off into a spenders like I have done in the past. Lynette has guided and kept me on the track to success. YOU WILL NOT REGRET PURCHASING THIS BOOK!!!!
Debt Solution: Just Pay your Debt Jun 6, 2008
The author paid off her debt by cashing in her $80,000 IRA and paid the rest off with her paycheck, interst and all. I don't have an $80k IRA or a Masters Degree or a job with a major tv network. If the system doesn't work for someone wealthy like her - then there really is something wrong! For the average middle class consumer though - who is maxed out on their credit cards - I find no relief in this book. Pretty much it says Just pay off your debt - double your payments even - find some way to make more money to do it. Why did she write a book? This doesn't tell me anything or help me in anyway.
Great book May 21, 2008
Great book with a lot of good tips. The book helped me stay focus.
basic, but practicle and concrete Mar 18, 2008
it may not be the best written book that I have read, but the basis of it is simple and easy to following. it gives you step by step ideas on ridding oneself of debt. the writer is successful in meeting the goals of this book